OSW 2020: 5th OAuth Security Workshop
July 22–24, 2020, in Trondheim/Norway
Call for Sessions / Tutorials
We seek proposals for sessions (talks, interactive discussions, ...) and tutorials related to OAuth, OpenID Connect, and other technologies using OAuth under the hood. Contributions regarding technologies that are used in OAuth/OIDC or impact the security of OAuth, such as JOSE or web technology, are also welcome.

Areas of interest where OAuth can be used as enabler of innovative scenarios include:

* Financial, e-government and health applications.
* Mobile and Strong authentication.
* Federated Identity.
* Privacy-enhancing technologies.
* IoT.

We solicit sessions that highlight challenges and lessons-learned from OAuth-based work. As all presentations will be shared online without a formal proceedings, we accept original contributions as well as already published or preliminary works.

Please provide your contact information and an abstract of your contribution (approx. 300-600 words) in the form below.

Submissions must be made before April 19, 2020 (Anywhere on Earth, AoE, UTC-12).
Notifications of acceptance will be sent out within the following two weeks.
Sessions can be talks or proposals for interactive discussions. By default, sessions will be provided a 25 minute time slot, but a longer time slot can be assigned if needed. Please state your requirements in the remark section of the submission form.

Tutorials are intended to convey hands-on experience and can be up to three hours.

While the target audience of most sessions are researchers, developers, security experts, architects, and the OAuth working group, the audience of tutorials are mainly developers and architects.
IPR Policy
The workshop will have no expectation of IPR disclosure or licensing related to its submissions. Authors are responsible for obtaining appropriate publication clearances.
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